Lenten Spiritual Practice

Tuesday Evenings 7:30-8:15pm beginning February 9

Praying with the Gospel of John is an online eight-week Lent course of study providing an overview of the major themes in the Gospel of John led by Br. David Vryhof of the Society of St John the Evangelist, an Episcopal men’s community in Cambridge Mass. Each weekly video will be available for 24 hours following.

Register here.

Wednesday Lunchtimes at noon beginning February 24

Learning to Walk in the Dark (click to order book) – Linda+ will lead discussion sessions on Barbara Brown Taylor’s exploration of ways to find spirituality in those times when we don’t have all the answers. Taylor asks us to put aside our fears and anxieties and to explore all that God has to teach us “in the dark”; teaching us how to find our footing in times of uncertainty and giving us strength and hope to face all of life’s challenging moments. Zoom invitation here

You can also order the book by phone. Call (401) 331-9097.

Thursday afternoons at 3pm beginning February 18

Women Worth Knowing – Six women who have made an impact on the Episcopal Church is a project of the Episcopal Women’s History Project. The Rev. Dr. Jo Ann Barker, President of EWHP will emcee the series’ presenters. Register here.

Sunday Mornings at 10:30am beginning February 21

Six Christian Essentials over Coffee In six sessions Mark+ will explore some of the essential elements of Christian faith as understood within the Anglican tradition of the Episcopal Church. This will be an opportunity for members of the parish to reconnect around a shared exploration of Christian belief and practice. Zoom invitation here.

Daily Devotional reading: It’s helpful to establish a daily devotional pattern of spending time with God. The following two suggestions might help with this.

Lent with Evelyn Underhilla selection of Underhill’s enduring devotional writings chosen for their pertinence to Lenten themes. Although it’s 50 years since her death, Evelyn Underhill remains a significant Anglican voice on the interior life of prayer.

Living Lent with Barbara Cawthrone Craftonfor centuries the words and poetry of our hymns have spoken to us of God. Many people, in fact, find that what is heard in poetry and music sinks more deeply into the soul than anything else. Crafton writes: “I hope that you find yourself humming familiar tunes to yourself as you read, and that this condition persists for the rest of the day.” 

Weekday Worship Visit here for schedule